Draft and final recommendation reports for North Yorkshire County Council, carried out by the Boundary Committee for England (BCE)\; available for download.

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North Yorkshire County Council

The Local Government Commission for England began a review of electoral arrangements in North Yorkshire County Council on 30 April 2002. The Boundary Committee for England was due to publish the final recommendations on 18 November 2003, however the PER of North Yorkshire County Council was put on hold until after the completion of the local government review. Both reviews are now completed.

The Order implementing The Electoral Commission's decision on the final recomendations of this review can be viewed on the Her Majesty's Stationery Office website. The Order refers to a map comprising Sheet 1 and Sheet 2.

Final recommendations, published on 12 October 2004.

Map 1 illustrates in outline form the proposed divisions for North Yorkshire, including constituent district wards and parishes.

Map 2 illustrates the proposed electoral divisions in Harrogate town, Ripon and Scarborough town.

Draft recommendations (reissue), published on 2 June.

Map 1 for draft recommendations (reissue) in North Yorkshire.

Map 2 for draft recommendations (reissue) in North Yorkshire. 

Draft recommendations , published on 28 May.

Map 1 for recommendations in North Yorkshire.

Map 2 for recommendations in North Yorkshire. 

A structural review was carried out by the Local Government Commission for England (LGCE), and was started on 16 June 2003

Final report (PDF) published in May 2004

Draft report (PDF) published on 1 December 2003